This week 2 different landlords contacted us with questions about safety equipment in their rental property. One landlord asked if they needed swimming pool safety equipment as their pool was installed prior to the year when building codes required safety equipment on new pools. Another landlord asked if a CO detector was needed with an attached garage, since the home was built prior to them being required by building code.
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When you’re talking to a potential tenant for the first time, there are 5 specific questions that can help you pre-qualify that tenant. There are also some questions you should avoid.
Tampa Property Management Guide Attracting tenants is a lot like dating. When you are looking for a boyfriend or a girlfriend, you have to get out there and socialize. You can only attract a great date when you are seen by other people. The same is true when you have a rental property that you… [Read More]
Your pet policy is an important part of renting out your Tampa residential property. In the first two blogs in our series on property management, landlords and pets, we explained why it might be a good idea for you as a landlord to accept pets. We also explained how pet damage can be minimized when… [Read More]
In Part I of our blog series on landlords and pets, we discussed some good reasons why landlords should accept pets when renting their properties out to tenants who have them. Today, we will talk about pet damage and how to minimize the chance that a tenant with pets will cause harm to your property…. [Read More]
Your pet policy is an important part of renting out your residential property. In our three-part blog series on pets and landlords, we will explore why pets might be acceptable when you are renting out your property, and what you will need to consider in terms of pet deposits and liability. In this blog, we… [Read More]